Posted by Chuck on June 13, 2019
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Published on June 13th, 2019 | by Chuck

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[YMMV] Chase Sapphire Preferred Prequalified Offer for 70,000 Points Signup Bonus

[Update 6/13/19: A new report today of this offer showing now (ht NeverNotThrowaway). Added an image below.]

The Offer

Check your Chase Pre-qualified offers here

Chase is showing for some an increased signup bonus pre-qualified offer on the Chase Sapphire Preferred:

  • Get 70,000 points after $4,000 in spend within the first three months. $95 annual fee is not waived on this offer.

 

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Our Verdict

In the past, there have been 30,000 Freedom prequalified offers too, so keep an eye out for that as well. As far as I know these prequalified offers do not bypass the 5/24 rule, unfortunately. These offers are sometimes available in branch as well, but typically only for Chase Private Client customers.

Public sign up bonuses on the CSP is currently 60,000 points; both offers have the $95 annual fee intact for the first year. Another option is the Just For You offers found in the Chase login, some are seeing there an offer for 60,000 points with the annual fee waived. The advantage of Just For You offers is that 5/24 doesn’t seem to affect those whereas the prequalified offers are affected by 5/24. Reader more about prequalified offers in this post.

If you are in 2-player mode, you may want to use a referral which gets 15,000 points + 60,000 points signup bonus (just keep in mind the possibility of paying taxes on those 15,000 points).

Thanks to reader Arthur for sending in this offer and image.



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nick
nick

hi, just got my friend to sign up for 60k offer 2 weeks ago…. would they match 70k offer?

Richard B
Richard B

No. Not unless they were targeted for 70k

Ben
Ben

Referral offer is still slightly better, 60k+15k is more than 70k

Dailybread
Dailybread

Most likely not but it wouldn’t hurt to ask (unless the friend did a modified double dip with the CSR)

Paul
Paul

Yikes, applied for 60k (targeted) last week

Daniel
Daniel

i am targeted, should i go for it?

Daniel
Daniel

Should I apply the referral version which gives 75k in total then ask them to match?

VL
VL

Good thinking. Really nothing to loose. 75 is better than 70 anyway.
Just keep in mind that 15K referral bonus is counted towards your 60K annual referrals and freebies, which will result in 1099 as soon as you hit 60K

Nimrod
Nimrod

How do you get 75k total? Isn’t it 60k to the referred and 15k to the referring? How does one person get 75k?

Dayn_Perrys_Vape
Dayn_Perrys_Vape

If they’re your partner and you combine finances

ryan thompson
ryan thompson

you are a nimrod

Frank

Link can’t find any offers for me 🙁

Brett
Brett

…sighhhh…fingers crossed

joE
joE

I think about a year a go or so they started having a policy that you can only have 1 card in any chase family of cards right? meaning if you have the sapphire reserve, you can’t get the preferred. Obviously if you got both before the new rule, you’re ok.

Am I remembering this correctly?

Andrew D
Andrew D

That is close. Rule is you can’t be approved if you already have a sapphire card(or have received sapphire bonus in last 48 months.) I don’t think there are any rules against holding two sapphires.

joE
joE

not sure if things have changed once again, but this is what I was referring to
https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/credit-cards/chase-limits-customers-to-just-one-sapphire-card/

barrytuneup
barrytuneup

who here is actually qualified for these chase cards?. I think 99% of us have already went through all our family and close friends.

David
David

I only get the 60k offer, is there any way to get 70k or refer

Jon
Jon

You can direct message chase by logging into your account so long as you were approved for your card within the last 90 days and ask them for a match. Not sure whether they will match though since the offer is targeted instead of public. But can’t hurt to ask.

dude
dude

Messaged them, asking Chase if they could extend the offer to me. They want the offer code and invitation number of the targeted offer.

el_pistolero
el_pistolero

chase doesnt like me…fml

Frank

I’m selected for 60k but haven’t applied. Anyway to get them to upgrade it?

dizzy
dizzy

Nope. BTW, I’ve noticed that any personal cards aren’t even in the check for offers page once I joined my biz login to my personal login

Tigris23
Tigris23

Hi just to clarify what a 2-player mode is. Is this one person having 2 accounts or you and a spouse? Thanks!

chchch
chchch

Chase doing everything possible to get CSP applications vs CSR. Rather than just pulling the unprofitable CSR card and admitting defeat.

Are there any CSR cardholders who arent coming out ahead? Serious question. Chase gotta be hating that POS card at this point LOL.

Tim
Tim

I just got this offer at the top of my log-in screen (I did not have anything under “offers for you” and did not get any prequals after filling out info).

I am LOL/24 but just got instantly approved for this card… kinda shocked

I also saw an offer for freedom unlimited 3% with 0 APR..

Dan - Legal Bank Robber
Dan - Legal Bank Robber

Where you mean exactly “top of my login screen”. Also is this a biz and personal merged login or just personal?

Tim
Tim

This is personal (no bank account, just one CC)

The flag next to “Open an account” had red notification thing.
Usually the red notification says something like: “Apply for car refinancing..”

But I checked today, and it had the offer for CSP and the freedom unlimited.

Once I applied for the CSP, the freedom unlimited notification disappeared.

The application was super quick – it had two questions.

1. what is your current annual income
2. last four of social (or something like this)

then approval

Oh, and they pulled my TU

JV
JV

Doesnt look like CSP has a waived annual fee on any offer anymore. Is this accurate?

Money
Money

I don’t have this card showing, but I want to apply for it anyway (60k offer). I have 80% utilization on one of my chase business cards (taking advantage of 0% APR). Will that affect my approval chances? My report is overall clean, and only about $20 showing with limits of around 20K. My FICO’s are around 750.

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